Brainpop Jr Subject Verb Agreement

Shape and use simple forms of verbs: past, present, future (z.B. I went; I`m leaving. I`m going to go). BrainPOP has a video on subjects and preaching. It`s a little more advanced, but it will introduce your students to vocabulary and it would be great to show in a small group center with the teacher! BrainPOP Jr. has a great video on the subject and verb chord and I think it would be a great video to check out. Explain 1) the function of subtantives, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs in general, and 2) their function in certain sentences. Students will love this video! These are cartoon episodes on themes and preaching and he will keep them so engaged! They`ll think they`ll be watching their favorite show on TV, and they won`t even realize they`re learning! Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs accordingly. Happy December! Are you stuck in there, professor friend? I know it`s a tough month in class, but don`t be afraid! I`m here to help! I`m giving you great instructional videos that you can use in the last weeks before the winter break to make your classes easier! What does it feel like? These videos will be designed to help you teach the subject and the predicate! This would be another great introductory video for your class. This video does a great job of breaking sentences and showing how we use themes and predicates in our sentences. You can also stop the video so your students can answer the questions asked! I love Schoolhouse Rock videos, and this is one of my favorites. Students will certainly catch the melody and sing and it`s a good way to introduce what is the theme and the predicate of a sentence. Use coordination (z.B.

and or) and sub-orders (z.B. but for, but still) conjunctions. Unit 2, Lesson 13 Mid-workshop: Coordinating and underclassing conjunctions This is a crucial ability to teach and check and check over and over again. So put some of these videos in your day with some quick activities and you`ll get to the winter break! Use spelling patterns and generalizations (e.B. word families, positioning-based spellings, syllable patterns, final rules, sensible word parts). Unit 3, Lesson 5 Mid-workshop: Using tools for accounting for Mentor Text: A Mink, A Fink, and a Skating Rink by Brian Cleary www.scholastic.com/teachers/classroom-solutions/2011/10/when-grammar-meets-art-noun-image-lesson Mentor Text: Something Beautiful Sharon Dennis Wyeth Unit 1, Lesson 6: Create personal lists of words and mnemonics, break words intollables add-suffixes to base words (z.B sitting, smiling, shouting good luck). D.1.2.5 Form and use of regular and irregular plural substrates (z.B men, children). (D.1.1.2) Unit 3, Lesson 9 Share: Management of Time Shifts and Tense Units 2, Lesson 19 Discount: Use Direct Quotes of Texts Unit 1, Lesson 19 Confer: Edit for Pronouns and Tension Unit 4, Lesson 12 Mini-lesson: Edition for Diversity of Sentences; Conferring: helping to construct complex sentences; Mid-workshop: Find examples of types of sentences unit 2, lesson 13 Mi-workshop: Making Pronoun-Antecedent Connections Unit 4, Lesson 11 Share: Frequently misspelled words.